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Il Forno

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  • Pizza, Italian
  • 343 2nd Ave, New York NY10003 40.7359897 -73.9823149
  • (At 20th St)
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  • (212) 358-8300
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

2.305
Food 2.0 Value 2.0
Service 2.6 Atmosphere 2.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 358-8300
Fax:
fax
(212) 358-8308
Website:
www.ilfornony.com
Place Order:
Order From Il Forno for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Catering Major Credit Cards ($12 min)
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-11pm Sat-Sun: 11am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
12.00
Delivery Area:
Park Ave S to the E River 30th to 10th St

User Reviews

  • Il Forno

    Posted by Jason on 02/07/2010

    Buffalo Wings

    I got bbq wings. 6 wings for $7 and they were inedible. They looked good because they are thick so you would think they have plenty of meat. It's all fat! The pizza isn't bad.

  • Il Forno

    Posted by Lori Lav on 10/28/2009

    what is wrong with nyc pizzerias making pasta!

    day 1 -thick and flavorless fettucini alfredo, day 2 - my penne vodka was so watered down i had to eat it with a spoon. also needed parm cheese and pepper, it was so FLAVORless. However, their pizza slice that has bbq chicken and ranch sauce on it is SO GOOD, and even for someone with a huge appetite, one slice is enough.

  • Il Forno

    Posted by SeamlessGirlNYC on 09/26/2009

    Steer clear

    Just ordered Fettuccine Bolognese from this place, which I've ordered before. Got Fettuccine with tomato sauce instead. Called to ask them to send the correct food and was first told I ordered something different and then told that I don't know what Bolognese sauce is, and that they sent the right thing...before they hung up on me. Called Seamlessweb who refunded my money, as I didn't want some spit in food sent to replace the order. It's sad that in this day of web reviews being posted faster than you can say the word delivery, people still insist on giving poor service.

  • Il Forno

    Posted by Christian & Josie on 01/26/2009

    You need more Il Forno Bruschetta in your life

    The first Italian restaurant which we have taken out from in Gramercy and it will also be the last and only. On a whim, a roommate ordered their bruschetta - it is now a staple of our post-work diet. The bruschetta sandwich, as it is affectionately known on 18th St, is a toasted baguette stuffed with tomatoes, garlic and melted cheese which could be a meal in and of itself. The penne alla vodka is dynomite, as well as is the veal parm. We would recommend staying away from the fried calamari and meatballs. Having never actually been to the restaurant, we can not speak to the dining atmosphere, but the delivery service is always speedy.

  • Il Forno

    Posted by D. Expert on 08/23/2008

    Different? Better?

    This place used to be known as Andiamo, an unassuming Sbarro-style Italian place that was unassuming and comfy for what it was. Since it became the more-upscale 'Il Forno,' the food has essentially remained the same while prices and decor have headed uphill. I cannot stress enough how strongly I feel about the pizza from this place. It just isn't that good at all. Not only are the ingredients applied carelessly, the delivery people seem to exercise no care at all in bringing you the pie/slices. As a previous reviewer alluded to, the cheese ends up in a sad heap because of odd angles that the product is held in during delivery. Having said that, everything else is quite good. From the pasta dishes, to the chicken entrees, to the hero sandwiches, to the burgers, everything is pretty good. Except the pizza. How ironic is that?! Don't get the buffalo wings, by the way. They are overpriced and not nearly meaty enough. But, then again, almost everything on the menu is now overpriced considering it's the same product as the old Andiamo. I understand the rising costs of cheese and other ingredients dictate higher prices for us customers, but this place is stuck somewhere between Sbarro and a local Trattoria. I appreciate the gigantic menu, but pizza is an intangible at a place like this.

  • Il Forno

    Posted by nycfoodie on 07/04/2008

    A mess...

    Just got the whole wheat reg pizza delivered. It came cold, tasteless and looked like the delivery guy held it on it's side the whole way from the restaurant to my apartment. There were slabs of fresh mozzerella which where tasteless, not at all melted, and looked like they threw the pizza together in haste. Really disappointed. Maybe they changed their name to revive business, but this is a bad start.

  • Il Forno

    Posted by YK on 03/09/2008

    Pleasantly Surprised

    Ordered here on a Sunday afternoon for a large lunch during some intense weekend work. I become very nervous when ordering pasta from new places- sometimes flavors and textures are terrible. But this place was actually pretty good. It was a chilly windy day out so the food wasn't as hot as I would have liked it to be, but the food was tasty. Lots of compliments from everyone, which set my mind at ease. People on the phone were very helpful as well. Call for the catering menu, they don't have it online. The portions are rather large too. I ordered for 25 people and got more than I bargained for!

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